Youth learn from their elders about corruption

by Corruption Watch
March 13, 2015

An ISS study has found that young South Africans are increasingly conscious of fraud and corruption and the negative impact it has on their future. Corruption Watch's data from our own youth surveys bears this out. A lack of accountability by senior officials and politicians, combined with perceptions of high levels of corruption, could prove detrimental to the future prospects of young South Africans. Fraud and corruption cost the South African economy billions annually, but the impact of fraud and corruption is felt well beyond the fiscus.

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